I am a husband, a dad, an author, a youth mentor, a church leader, a self-publisher, a podcaster and an LFC fan. I fell in love with words when, as an 8-year-old, I was appointed as the Editor-in-Chief of my primary school's Press Club. I've been writing ever since.
My first published book The Salvation Journey was published in 2009 and launched in 2010. Since then, I've written over 10 books and continue to write blogs and articles on different platforms.
I established Alive Mentorship Group in 2015—an online mentoring platform for young adults. It started as a WhatsApp group of 12 teenagers; now it's a family of thousands of young adults and teens with membership spanning over 60 nationalities.
I'm privileged to pastor a congregation in Liverpool, UK as well as run an interdenominational Liverpool-based Youth Group (Immerse Youth Group).
I am happily married to Eleos Anu and we are blessed with two boys: Joshua ÒdodoOlúwa and Samuel ÒkìkíOlúwa.
Currently, I'm a postgraduate student at Liverpool Hope University and London Pioneer School. My study in both institutions is on African Christianity and Pioneer Mission respectively.
I have a Master’s degree in Biblical and Pastoral Theology from Liverpool Hope University, a Certificate in Pastoral Ministry from Life Church College in Bradford, and a Bachelor's Degree in Microbiology from Obafemi Awolowo University in Nigeria. I'm also an alumnus of Daystar Leadership Academy, Nigeria.
Most Resourceful Graduating Student (OAU Microbiology, Class of 2009)